Arlington’s Department of Human Services (DHS) is taking steps to provide services that don’t require in-person visits in an effort to contribute to the community slowdown of the spread of COVID-19.
The Arlington County Board today accepted a $200,000 donation that will fund child care scholarships for low-income families in Arlington.
A federal grant will fund training, English language instruction and more for Arlington and Alexandria residents impacted by Amazon’s HQ2.
Arlington has finalized new contracts for operation of the County’s two homeless shelters for single adults beginning in January 2020.
Whether you’re traveling or staying locally, these tips will help ensure you have an enjoyable — and safe — Thanksgiving holiday.
Arlington’s Department of Human Services (DHS) received a $300,000 grant from the Kresge Foundation to improve the agency’s data systems.
Arlington’s Cold weather Plan will be in place throughout the late fall and winter to help keep people experiencing homelessness safe during extreme cold and winter storms.
The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting temporary employees for the 2020 Census. Fill out an application on line or attend one of the Arlington Employment Center’s Census job events.
The County will host a discussion about the healing process for survivors of domestic and dating violence and the resources available to support them.
With nearly 4,500 cases of rabies in animals reported in 2017, education and prevention awareness remain the best way for people to protect themselves.